Welcome to Flatbush
With Jamaican, Caribbean, Pakistani, African-American and Latino communities, Flatbush is one of the City’s most diverse neighborhoods. Known for its busy commercial district, the area also features quaint, quiet streets lined with Victorian mansions—especially in adjacent Ditmas Park—and landmarks like the Flatbush Reformed Church, whose current building was constructed in the late 18th century. The lavish Kings Theatre, a late-1920s movie palace that was recently restored, seats more than 3,000 for its concerts and events. Stately Brooklyn College is just to the south.
Things to do in Flatbush
In the life cycle of neighborhoods, Flatbush has almost come full circle. What began as a series of swanky developments in the early 1900s, luring white, upper class residents from Brooklyn Heights, is now attracting professionals and ex-Park Slopers to the stately homes of “Victorian Flatbush” — a term that’s only 30 years old.
Glass storefront panels that let in natural light, New American cuisine and an outdoor garden.
The chef and staff make you feel welcome and the food makes you delighted. Frequent visitor here and the cuisine is awesome.
Large windows and an open kitchen that welcome customers to enjoy their organic and holistic dishes. Moroccan pancakes made from semolina served on weekends for brunch.
One of our favorite restaurants in New York, Charlie Bird is another place that will make you happy you live in New York.
The eggs are delicious and the avocado slices are amazing. You will enjoy the green onions on top. And the cold brew coffee is strong and flavorful.
Austrian places in the city tend to be on the fancy side, and this new Brooklyn pub seemed the perfect counterpoint to them, a casual spot to order a Stiegl and cheer on Austria in the Euro Cup.